Centrally located in Broward County with easy access from the Florida Turnpike and I-95, Inverrary Country Club's two impeccably maintained championship layouts boast some of the best greens in the area and are characterized by multiple tees, strategically placed bunkers, and picturesque water features.
Along with the renowned and challenging East Course at Inverrary, the par 71, West Course is a championship layout for those who want to have some real fun and is one of Robert Trent Jones, Sr.'s favorite designs. Though slightly shorter, Inverrary's West Course is a player's course requiring a high degree of accuracy with its tree-lined fairways and smaller, well-bunkered greens. The 6,675-yard routing has played host to numerous professional and amateur events and provides the lower handicapper plenty of challenge while offering the higher handicapper some forgiveness.
The Inverrary Country Club has recently spent over $1 million to upgrade its courses and facilities. An updated irrigation system has helped get both courses in the best shape ever. The club has completely renovated the driving range, and the historic clubhouse has been remodeled to make it a more friendly, enjoyable place for members and their guests to relax.
Unfortunately, this course is currently closed.
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To the northwest of Fort Lauderdale, Florida, is the Inverrary Country Club. A neighborhood of Lauderhill, the community dates back to 1971 and has continued to develop over the years. Located in the heart of Broward County, and just 10-minutes from I-95 and even less from the Florida Turnpike, the Inverrary Country Club community is...